As an employer, do you know what to do when you receive a citation after an OSHA inspection?
As defined by OSHA, abatement is the correction of the safety or health hazard/violation that led to an OSHA citation.
Every citation requires abatement verification, which is the process used by employers to inform OSHA, affected employees, and their representatives that a hazard cited by OSHA has been corrected.
We frequently assist employers and business owners through representation with OSHA to provide what is required to resolve an OSHA citation.
Depending on the circumstances, we are sometimes able to reduce the severity of the violation and thereby lessen the cost of fees.
Most importantly, we ensure any further safety hazards are eliminated to provide a completely OSHA-compliant and safe workplace for employees.
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